We love Asian foods, so soy sauce is a favorite around here.
But you don’t have to use it only in Asian cuisine. Try a splash in chicken casseroles and gravy. It adds a depth of flavor that can really perk up a dish.
Here are some of my recipes that use soy sauce:
- Chicken Lettuce Wraps – a freezer cooking recipe
- Ham and Pineapple Fried Rice
- Sweet and Sour Chicken Kabobs
- Slow Cooker Chicken and Gravy
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Lisa @ Lisa's Dinnertime Dish says
Thanks for hosting! Have a great day!!
We love Asian food and using Soy Sauce, it’s quick, easy and delish!
Thanks for hosting, Tiffany!
I did an ingredient search for soy sauce on my blog and realized I have tons!! So, I picked some of my favorites, ones where I didn’t see something comparable already linked, and posted them.
Jen’s chicken (#14) is delicious and super easy to make when you toss it in a crockpot. The chicken and green bean stir fry (#19) is one of my favorite meals. Thai chicken and coconut rice (#17) is a wonderful comfort food. The grilled salmon (#12) is a recipe we discovered when Tim started catching salmon last summer and I could eat it every day. The marinade (#13) is tasty and I’d like to try it on some non-chicken foods. The soy ginger dipping sauce (#20) makes a fun dish when paired with scallion pancakes. The sweet & sour meatballs (#18) are yummy. Rice, kale, & eggs (#15) is one of my favorite things to make when time is short and we’re all starving. Peanut butter noodles (#16) are great as is, but even better when sprinkled with chopped cucumber and red bell pepper.
I have to thank you for the slow cooker chicken and rice recipe. The last time my father was able to visit our home before he passed away, I fixed that for dinner one night and he liked it so much he asked me to make it again. I think of him every time I serve it now. Thank you again for a pleasing recipe that will forever bring fond memories of special times to me.
Wendy, thank you for sharing this story of your father. I’m sorry for your loss. It’s amazing how food and relationships are so entwined; how food helps us connect to memories and loved ones.
I consider soy sauce (I use low sodium) a kitchen staple and keep it on hand at all times. I must use it at least once a week. Today I bring Oriental Pasta. This is a versatile recipe that can be made with spaghetti, noodles, angel hair, etc. It is a nice dish to serve with any Oriental inspired main dish. Thanks for hosting. You know I love this party. Have a great week.